Nov 10, 2014
NC State research has yielded a potential new weapon in the fight against cancer: a daisy-shaped drug carrier that’s many thousands of times smaller than the period at the end of this sentence.
Oct 31, 2014
Successfully Studying Failure at the Constructed Facilities Lab
At the Constructed Facilities Lab, success is failure. By creating material failures in key pieces of infrastructures, researchers prevent them from occurring in real life.
Oct 27, 2014
The Science of Security: Project Explores Challenges Related to Intelligence Gathering
A multidisciplinary team of scholars at NC State is launching a new project with the goal of educating the public about national security – and possibly helping to develop a new generation of intelligence professionals.
Oct 22, 2014
NC State Program Addresses Shortage of Mental Health Professionals
North Carolina State University’s Department of Social Work is launching a new workforce program to recruit and train graduate students for careers in mental health and substance abuse treatment.
Aug 11, 2014
SAS Signs Research Partnership
SAS and NC State ink an agreement that will boost research and enhance opportunities for students in big data.
Jun 10, 2014
Return of the Native
When Pinehurst No. 2 hosts two U.S. Opens this summer, the world will see an NC State-led restoration that returns the course its native roots -- and sets a template for a more sustainable North Carolina golf industry.
Jun 4, 2014
A Makers’ Place
Maker Faire North Carolina is a celebration of the state's thinkers and doers. NC State students will put their projects on display there this weekend.
May 30, 2014
A Sustainable Solution
From Marine to "McGyver-in-residence:" junior Tyson Huffman is putting his real-world experience to work for the women of Rwanda.
May 27, 2014
With world-leading faculty, high-performing students and an approach that gets results, NC State is emerging as the leader in solution-driven, public-private partnerships.
May 7, 2014
A Research Treasure Trove
A decades-old resource -- the Eastman Chemical Company's Max A. Weaver Dye Library -- could unlock research breakthroughs in sustainable energy, cancer treatment, forensics and more. And it now lives at NC State.